Top Quality Hot Selling! ! ! Concrete and Mortar PP Fiber
|FOB Price:||US $2,600 / Ton|
|Min. Order:||10 Tons|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|10 Tons||US $2,600/ Ton|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Paypal, Money Gram, Western Union|
- Model NO.: Concrete and Mortar PP Fiber
- Material: 100% Polyester
- Fiber Type: Staple
- Color: White
- Function: Radiation-Resistant Fiber
- Density: 0.91-0.01g/cm3
- Length: 3, 9, 12, 38 as Customer′s Require
- Trademark: XL
- Origin: China
- Usage: Concrete, Filling Material
- Feature: Anti-Pilling, Abrasion-Resistant, Flame Retardant
- Pattern: Jacquard
- Width: 47/48"
- Structure: Miscellaneous Chain Synthetic
- Fiber Dia: 0.02~0.05-0.015mm
- Tensile Strength: 450MPa Min
- Specification: CE SGS
AA), resist to shrink & crack
Bb) Increase seepage resistance
C). Increase freezing &thawing resistance
Dd). Replace steel net
Ee). Prevent mortar split and crackle expansion
Ff). Increase impact resistance and peeling resistance
2. Suitable project:
AA). Be suitable for the water-proof layer, floor, inner&outer wall of industrial and civil construction.
Bb). Increase cracking resistance on the surface of industrial workshop, warehouse and parking lot.
CC). Increase cracking&seepage resistance of the ground in natatorium, swimming pool, pond and
Dd). Be suitable for any mortar projects and fine aggregate concrete project.
Ee). High way, bridge and other roads.
Crack Elongation...20%± 5%
Fiber Dia...0.02~0.05± 0.015mm
Melting Point...160~170° C
Acid &Alkali Resistance...Strong
Tensile Strength...450Mpa min
4. Applying Instruction:
AA). Compound Amount. To resist the common cracks on surfaces, 0.9Kg/m3 fibers to cement mortar are enough.
Bb). Stirring requirement: The proportion of cement, sand and aggregate is no need to be changed. Put cement, aggregate, additive and fiber together, then stir after adding enough water (Do not stir without water! ) and time for stirring can be prolonged for 2 -3 minutes in order to make compound mix completely. Also it can be mixed even with cement and other aggregates in advance, stirring by adding water at worksite before constructing.